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Just a reminder: What we have been doing with the 4-Cylinder Enduro cars being allowed to race with our regular Four Cylinder division will continue through the end of the season or until further notice. This has been a success and we’d like to thank all of the Enduro drivers that gave it a try so far.
If you’re not familiar with this, the Four Cylinder Enduro cars can compete under the Enduro rules (must meet Enduro rules) with our regular Four Cylinder division. The highest finishing Enduro driver will receive a trophy and each driver that starts the feature will receive a payout based on where they actually finish in the feature.
Based on the success, beginning this Sunday, we are doing the same for the 6/8-Cylinder Enduros, as they can compete with our regular Factory Stocks. Of course to be eligible for the highest finishing Enduro car, they must meet the Enduro rules.
To see the payout for the Four Cylinders and Factory Stocks, click the ‘Payout’ link.
 
Regular four cylinder drivers- We were asked if offset wheels are allowed. The answer is yes. However, you must meet the weight percentages in the rules and the offset on the front & rear must match per side. In other words, if you have a 2” offset on the RF, the RR needs to be 2” as well, etc.
 
 
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This coming weekends itinerary at Evergreen Raceway has been finalized.

We are also glad to inform everyone we have been able to add a day of Enduro practice, fun, food, and camping.

 Saturday
We have decided to open Saturday up for practice and camping. Practice will be NASCAR style. Cars will be allowed to enter and exit the track under green as they need. There is a $10.00 per car fee to participate in Saturdays practice. ALL events on this day are a free and open to the public, crew, and fans.

3pm-The pits open. The kitchen will be open for purchasing food. They will be serving their regular weekly menu.

4pm-8pm-Enduro practice.

At the end of practice, everyone is able to stay and camp for free. The bathrooms will be left open all night.

 Sunday
Breakfast is open to the public! The general public will need to enter on the grandstands side of the track. At about 11am, the grandstands will be cleared out to give some time to clean up before the race and allow anyone wishing to watch the racing, time to pay their admission. Note, you do not have to pay the grandstand admission if you just want to come and get something to eat. General admission in the grandstands is only $5.00. Kart and Enduro registration will be separated for ease with entering the track. Enduros will be registering at the regular pit shack. Karts will have a tent set up along the road to the pits. **NOTE** The pits will need to be emptied and everyone will have to go to the pit gate and pay their entrance fee. We will be starting this around 8am. We appreciate your understanding and willingness to make this process as easy as possible. All trailers or campers are subject to inspection by track security to verify everyone is out.

 8am-The pits will be cleared of all campers. From this point forward, the pits will be open for all competitors to enter.

8am-11am-Buffet style breakfast will be offered by the kitchen for $7.00 all you can eat. The menu will consist of Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, Orange Juice, Coffee.

1230pm-Kart practice with racing following shortly after. Kitchen will reopen with their regular weekly items.

TBD-Enduro racing will start promptly following the kart races. The running order will be the Open Comp, 6/8 cyl, 4 cyl, and ending with the Reverse Redneck Enduro.

There is a post race picnic and camping is again allowed overnight. There will be a live band playing as well. Alcohol is allowed in the pits (BYOB) no less than 15 min after the final race of the evening.

Thank you everyone for coming to Evergreen Raceway and we look forward to seeing you this weekend 7/2, 7/3.

 
 
 
 
Nick Ross and Mike Sweeney Find Victory at Evergreen Raceway
Things heated up once again at Evergreen Raceway on Sunday and when the smoke cleared, “The Mountaintop Boss” Nick Ross scored his first career Late Model victory in the make up event from May 15. Mike Sweeney of Nesquehoning was dominant in the second Late Model feature and cruised to the checkers. CJ Lehmann of Shirly, NY shined in the Pro Stock main and Charlie Castiglione of Freeland notched his second Street Stock win of the season. Steve Heckman too his first career Factory Stock victory, as did 12-year old Brayden Spencer of Shickshinny in Four Cylinder action. FULL STORY
 
 
 
 
Matt Hirschman Pockets Two Grand at Evergreen
When it comes to racing at his home track and everywhere in between, Northampton’s Matt Hirschman is no stranger to victory lane at Evergreen Raceway. That statement held true Sunday afternoon when Hirschman held off twenty one of his competitors to take his second Evergreen victory of the season and pocket the $2,000 prize. Tom Casagrande of Drums has been a fixture in the Factory Stock division for two decades and his experience shined when he took the “Duct Tape 50” Factory Stock Memorial, which was held in memory of Ed Makarewicz, Sr. After several weeks of bad luck, Scott Adams of Lake Ariel held off challenges to notch his second Street Stock win of the season and Sam Ryan of White Haven kept his Four Cylinder domination going by taking his third win of the year. FULL STORY
 
 
 
 
Paul Hartwig, Jr. Scores Second Evergreen Modified Victory
Under near perfect racing conditions at Evergreen Raceway on Sunday, Paul Hartwig, Jr. of Freehold, NJ scored his second Evergreen Modified victory of the season. In his first full season at the speedway, 13 year old Broc Brown held off his seasoned competition to take the checkers for his first Late Model feature win. Randy Schlenker took top honors in the make up Street Stock feature from May 15th and Charlie Castiglione notched his first Street Stock victory of the year in the regular show. Tom Casagrande drove to victory in Factory Stock action and Sam Danahar nailed down his first career Four Cylinder victory. Kevin Nowak drove to victory in INEX Legends action, as did Sean Verwys in the INEX Bandolero main. Ashley Benko took the Four Cylinder Powder Puff victory. FULL STORY
 
 
 
 
EvergreenRaceway and Penn’s Peak Radio Geared
Up for Remainder of 2016 Season
 
St. Johns, PA (June 9, 2016)- Evergreen Raceway is proud to announce its latest marketing partnership with Penn’s Peak Radio and Penn’s Peak, the Lehigh Valley & Pocono Mountains Premier Entertainment Venue.
 
Located in Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn's Peak Radio is a renowned resort community and destination nestled in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Penn's Peak Radio is an Internet radio station broadcasting live 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Its heard world-wide online and throughout Northeastern and east central Pennsylvania via Blue Ridge Communications Cable..
 
Launched in the summer of 2005 by one of the largest privately owned communications and entertainment companies in the Northeast, Penn's Peak Radio set out to be the ultimate music station. Penn's Peak Radio's play list is composed of the biggest hits from the hot country charts plus a healthy dose of the best of country classics and most memorable classic rock songs from the 60's through the 80's. All of those elements give their audience the best, most-unique mix of music anywhere. Add to that mix: a distinctive air-staff, listener requests and phone calls, trivia and giveaways - and you wind up with the most fun you've ever had listening to the radio!
 
“There is so much value for both sides with this agreement and everyone is very excited about it. Look for some great news from both entities within the next few weeks”, noted Evergreen Co-Promoter Gene Ostrowski.
 
“Nearly everyone in the area has been out to Penn’s Peak and personally, I can’t think of anyone that has nothing but good to say about such an awesome venue. Penn’s Peak Radio has been on existence for over ten years and they continue to grow, both within and with their fan base. We’re looking forward to mixing some short racing into music and radio, vice-versa. It’s destined to be a terrific relationship.”
Also located in Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn's Peak is a beautiful mountaintop entertainment venue that can comfortably host 1,800 concertgoers. The must see facility boasts a spacious dance floor, lofty ceilings, concert bar/concession area and a full service restaurant and bar aptly named Roadies. Complete with a broad open-air deck for summertime revelry, Penn's Peak patrons enjoy a breathtaking overlook of nearby Beltzville Lake, plus a commanding, picturesque 50-mile panoramic view of northeastern Pennsylvania's Appalachian mountains. Penn's Peak should be your choice for a wedding, banquet or special event and treat your guests to an event truly "Above the Rest".  
Geographically convenient to residents of major population zones in Hazleton, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New York City, Penn's Peak is an ideal location for any event.  It is located only four miles from Exit 74 of the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
You can check out the official Penn’s Peak website and all of their upcoming shows at www.pennspeak.com. As always, 24/7, you can listen to Penn’s Peak Radio live by visiting www.pennspeakradio.com and don’t forget to download their mobile app and give them a like on Facebook.
Evergreen Raceway is located minutes from Hazleton, PA, in between routes 93 and 309. For more information regarding Evergreen Raceway, including the entire season schedule, directions and divisional payouts, please visit www.evergreenracewaypark.com and don’t forget to like their Facebook page as well. 
 
 
 
Barry Callavini and Blake Barney Take Evergreen Modified Victories
St. Johns, PA (5/29/2016)- Despite the summertime heat, Sunday afternoon racing at Evergreen Raceway has proven to be successful thus far. The hot and humid weather this past Sunday didn’t keep the racers or fans from coming to the track. The first of two Evergreen Modified features kicked off the afternoon and when it was all said and done, Barry Callavini of Drums was declared the winner. The second feature went to Blake Barney of Jackson, NJ, who scored his first career win in the division. Ricky Yetter of Wilson, PA grabbed his second Dirt Modified win of the year and CJ Lehmann of Long Island took his second Pro Stock victory. Bob Azarowicz of Tunkhannock notched his first Four Cylinder win of the season and following post race tech, Bernie Uphold was awarded the Street Stock victory. FULL STORY
  
 
Evergreen Raceway Announces “Independence Enduros”
St. Johns, PA (5/24/2016)- Drivers and race fans in general have enjoyed the 2016 racing season at Evergreen Raceway thus far. When it was announced that the speedway was hosting “Independence Enduros’, its fourth Enduro event of the season, they wasted no time to help spread the word. The event is slated to take place rain or shine on Sunday, July 3rd.
 
Much like the previous Enduros this season, the 4-cylinder and 6/8-cylinders will take to the 1/3-mile asphalt oval for 100-laps of action and Open Competition cars will showcase their rides in a 30-lap showdown. New for this event is the ‘Redneck Reverse Enduro’, where drivers will compete for five laps while driving around the speedway in the proper direction. Well, with the only exception being that the cars will be racing in reverse. Regular 4-cylinder and 6/8-cylinder Enduro cars will race in the same event and the fee to participate in this race is $10. The pay will be “winner take all” for 10 cars or less starting and if 11 or more start the winner will receive what first place prize pays for a regular Enduro event. FULL STORY
 
 
 
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